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RayStachelek
09-29-2001, 06:13 PM
Who is this esteem colleague holding the false albacore in Rhody waters?
"http://castaflyri.tripod.com/grego2.jpg"
Why is are own xxxxxxxxxxxx! Great fishing this weekend. He promised a full report to follow from this mystery Claver.

fliboy
09-29-2001, 06:25 PM
Hi Ray. Couldn't open the picture in your post.

Hey - you going to join us at the Rhody Clave>

Dave

grego
09-29-2001, 08:42 PM
Me, My Dad & Al_D Lauched out of Pt. Judith with Captain Ray @ 06:00 this morning. The wind was Howling 20+ Knts. & it only got Worse from There.
After a Breif Forray after early morning Bass & Blues. We decided to take a look inside. For the Next FIVE HOURS it was Albies, Bass & Some Blues. The More Snotty the weather got, the More Agrressive the Fish Got.

I caught Albies & Bass (6 & 4), but no Bluefish to make the Slam. Al got Albies and one Blue, but could not get the Bass. And My Dad was into Bass & Blues, But could not manage to keep an Albie On! But We Had the Group Slam Several Times Over! Pictures to Follow!

Saw RayG & Tim-St out there & I'll let them tell their own Stories. Great to see you guys; man did we have some Smiles on Our Faces!

Finally, This was my Third Trip With Captain Ray & IT JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER! I Don't know how we are ever going to Top This One! But I sure plan on TRYING!

Thanks RAY, You Are THE MAN!

http://people.ne.mediaone.net/logo1/Albie1.jpg



http://people.ne.mediaone.net/logo1/Albie2.jpg



BTW: Bait DuJour was 3" Bay Anchovies

doogue
09-29-2001, 11:13 PM
Greg,

Simply awesome! I am glad that this time around you got into the action since you were not at the helm. The fishing Gods are paying you back for hauling me around and setting me up so well at the Boneclave.

Good work.

-Mike

GregD
09-30-2001, 01:14 AM
Congrats on connecting and catching some nice fish. I'm looking forward to seeing some more of them hopefully at the Rhody clave. It would be great to have a day on the water like you guys had.
That didn't sound like very good boating weather with the blow, worked out great having the fish inside. Hard enough casting in the wind without getting bounced all over the deck by waves too.

Greg.

juro
09-30-2001, 09:32 AM
AWESOME!

That's a huge albie for our waters GregO, great stuff!

Capt. Ray's chariot delivers again!

Roop
09-30-2001, 04:33 PM
Nice job Greg - big fish!

It seems like this is standard Capt. Ray protocol.

Roop

RayStachelek
09-30-2001, 05:15 PM
Dave...... might have a free day that weekend of the Rhody Clave.

Roop...... You still the man! Been lucky that we have had some experienced, knowledgeable, casting fools on board. I'm sleeping through all this. They wake me up only to take a pic.;)

By the way, Has anyone heard form the King of South County Beaches... Mr. Art Burton? His absence is conspicuous. Usually he's rolling up his sleeves helping in some way. He's the official tour guide for the clave. Art!.....Do you have your keyboard on?

JimW
09-30-2001, 06:48 PM
Grego, Wow!

Ray, I emailed back and forth with Art last week. He recommended the sooner the better just as you did. I think Art is going to make it at least one day. I bet those keep-ya-ins came in handy on Saturday. Do you think you'll be able the conjure up the bonito like you did at last year's Rhody? ;)